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Jerusalem Corridor - History
... The Jerusalem corridor was the only route for bringing supplies to besieged Jerusalem ... the State of Israel, a total of 35 agricultural settlements were established in the Jerusalem corridor by new immigrants from Yemen, Kurdistan, North Africa, Romania ... of additional routes lead to Jerusalem route 443 covers the northern part of the corridor ...
Duel (ride) - Duel: The Haunted House Strikes Back! (2003 - Present) - Ride Experience - Corridor
... The majority of the Skeleton Corridor was scrapped during the Duel retheme, meaning only few effects and little decoration remain ... This cuts out the lights in his area but not the whole corridor ...
Corridor - Other
... Operation Corridor, the name of a Serb operation in Bosnia in 1992 The Corridor, an early shopping arcade built in Bath, Somerset, England in 1825 ...
Northern New England Corridor
... The Northern New England Corridor is one of ten Federally designated high-speed rail corridors in the United States ... If the 489-mile corridor were completed as proposed, 110-mph passenger trains would travel from Boston, Massachusetts, to Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in 4 hours and 31 ... In 2004, Congress extended the Northern New England High Speed Rail Corridor from Boston, MA, to Springfield, MA and Albany, NY, and from Springfield, MA, to New Haven, CT ...
Jerusalem Corridor
... The Jerusalem corridor (Hebrew פרוזדור ירושלים‎, Prozdor Yerushalayim) is a geographical district of hundreds of thousands of dunams between Jerusalem ... The largest towns in the Jerusalem corridor are Beit Shemesh, Mevasseret Zion, Abu Ghosh, Tzur Hadassah and Kiryat Ye'arim ...

Famous quotes containing the word corridor:

    And now in one hour’s time I’ll be out there again. I’ll raise my eyes and look down that corridor four feet wide with ten lonely seconds to justify my whole existence.
    Colin Welland (b. 1934)